Secure Scheduled Reports

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The Vantiv Scheduled Secure Reports (SSR) service is an automated service designed to create one or more predefined reports and make them available to a merchant for retrieval via their sFTP account.

 

This service provides the following benefits:

 

  • Security – reports are delivered through secure FTP, minimizing the risk of data compromise. The reports FTP account is unique and distinct from a merchant’s transaction processing FTP account, improving access control to reporting data.
  • Flexibility – reports are accessible in the secure FTP directory for up to thirty days.
  • Reliability – Built-in features automatically detect if a scheduled report did not run on time, allowing Vantiv to address delivery issues promptly.
  • Accuracy – scheduled reports are consistent with reports available in Vantiv iQ.
  • Evolution – new fields added to scheduled reports are included automatically, providing the most complete and valuable data set that we offer. Any new field will be appended to the end of each data set to avoid disruption to automated parsing mechanisms.

 

In addition to a standard set of reports, Vantiv provides the following PayFac specific reports.

 

Details of reports depend on how the PayFac's sub-merchants are funded.

 

Additional details on the reports below are available to Vantiv O.N.E. members in the Vantiv Scheduled Secure Reports Reference Guide.

 

PayFac Reports - Managed Payout

 

  • Sub-Merchant Financial Summary Report
  • Fee Report
  • Notice of Change Report
  • Failed Fund Transfer Report
  • TIN Validation Report

 

PayFac Reports - Dynamic Payout

 

  • Funding Reject Report by ACH Return Date
  • NoC Report by ACH Return Date
  • Account Balance Report
  • TIN Validation Report
  • Funding Instruction Confirmation Report
  • Balance Summary Report

 

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